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AIM Proximity dominates NZ finalist success

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AIM Proximity dominates NZ finalist success at International ECHO awards

24 July 2007 AIM Proximity, New Zealand’s leading direct and interactive marketing agency has reinforced its world-class credentials by heading up the Kiwi contingent in the finals of the prestigious 2007 International ECHO Awards.

The AIM Proximity team is the creative mastermind behind seven of the 16 New Zealand entries shortlisted.

The campaigns reflect AIM Proximity’s diverse capabilities over a range of clients including: Westpac, Air New Zealand, Yellow Pages, NZ Post, Toyota and The Christchurch Press.

Darryn Melrose, CEO of AIM Proximity says:

“We’re delighted with the announcement, particularly to see so many different clients featured. It really demonstrates the depth of AIM Proximity’s skill set and the fact that we produce the very best for our clients, not only in this country, but also at an international level.”

“The New Zealand creative industry continues to punch above its weight on the global stage and AIM Proximity is leading the charge.”

The International ECHO Awards are hosted by the US Direct Marketing Association. Winners will be announced at the ECHO Gala in New York on 16 October 2007.


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